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Yet another plan to save the media with technology

by Molly Wood Feb 5, 2019
A new tech venture plans to let you, the reader, earn free articles by trading more data.
Square co-founder Jim McKelvey is at the helm of Invisibly.
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Your social media posts are likely way more predictable than you think

by Molly Wood Jan 28, 2019
A new study shows your friends' posts can indicate what you're likely to say on social media.
"If I choose to use one of these platforms and I'm giving it useful information about myself, then our research suggests that, in principle, I'm also giving it useful information about my friends," said Jim Bagrow, a professor at the University of Vermont who led a study about Twitter privacy.
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Facebook is looking to Instagram for the future of digital ads

by Molly Wood Jan 16, 2019
Stories are the hottest social media format — so what if they disappear in 24 hours?
One analyst estimates that ads on Instagram will account for 70 percent of Facebook's new revenue by 2020.
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The world might be mad at Facebook, but advertisers still love it

by Molly Wood Jan 15, 2019
The social media platform says it's trying to clean up its "data supply chain."
When it comes to user privacy, Facebook is trying to clean up its “data supply chain”: where the data comes from, who gets access to it and how it gets used.
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TV industry pounces on Facebook's ad mistake

by David Brancaccio May 18, 2017
Networks and cable channels are selling a 'safer' medium to advertisers at the upfronts.
Facebook has admitted to problems with ad metrics for the 10th time since September. Above, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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Publishers may need to get past angst over ad blockers

by Jed Kim Oct 14, 2016
Privacy and security concerns are behind the increased use of the blockers.
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